Natalie Kane

Curator of Digital Design, V&A

Biography

Natalie is Curator of Digital Design at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. At the V&A, Natalie is responsible for the care, research, display and collection of digital design in the Museum.

As well as a writer, Natalie is also a visiting tutor at the European Institute of Design in Barcelona, and half of curatorial research project Haunted Machines which looks at the use of magical narrative in technology. Previously, Natalie was Curator at digital culture festival and lab FutureEverything in Manchester, co-curator of Impakt Festival 2017 in the Netherlands, and worked at digital arts and culture organisation Lighthouse in Brighton.

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